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Aug 18, 2013 3:30pm PDT
, pop warner football for ethan. cheering practice for hannah. a road trip for the dog and mom christina to jim's house. he had been asking the andersons to visit for some time. >> they were getting together for some type of family gathering. >> reporter: bill gore is san diego county sheriff. >> he led people to believe he was going to be losing his house and this would be a farewell party at his house. >> reporter: for hannah and ethan, the cabin had always been lots of fun. brett anderson is their father and christina's husband. >> the kids and myself in san diego would go up there and stay the night and we would ride a go cart or do whatever, you know? be like camping out because of his cabin. >> reporter: the man they called uncle jim, one of brett's best friends had known the kids since they were born. >> jim was a very good friend of the family. >> reporter: jennifer willis and christina grew up like sisters. jen and tysona part of a big and boisterous extended family. >> he spent time with us and we loved him. he was fun. he was a great guy. tina was a good friend to him. he had
Aug 24, 2013 5:00pm PDT
the ceremony was over, i had a chance to sit down with her grandma, sarah brit, mother of christina, who passed away, and also sarah's brother, hannah's uncle, david braun. and they wanted to paint for us just how much this meant for the family. keep in mind, it's been three weeks now since they first lost their family members to when they were actually able to say goodbye. take a listen. >> we've had to put our grief aside for this day. and it was very uplifting, and my daughter would have just thoroughly loved it. >> as you know, ethan was so handsome. full of spirit. loved football. she was a devoted mother, and a wonderful person to have in our family. >> the prayers that went out from far and wide, i mean, there's a mega church in tampa that roy wilcox called me, and he says, you've got a lot of prayers with you on this. and they were answered. with her becoming safe out of this whole tragedy. because i think we all kind of foregone the conclusion, because this was the anniversary date of something his father did. >> but we never gave up. >> no. absolutely not. >> practically raised her, s
Aug 8, 2013 4:30am PDT
-cannon has the day off. let's check the forecast with meteorologist christina loren. >> good morning marla and jon. temperatures this morning are nice and comfortable. not too cold out there. i will tell you plenty of drizzle around the bay and at the immediate coast this morning. you want to travel cautiously out there. speaking of which, let's get trite that drive with anthony slaughter. >> the roads are slick. you can see it from some of our cameras this morning, taking a look in oakland. traffic is light. there is the overnight construction that continues along the lake merritt area. this is a typical spot that's slow as crews continue to try to clean up the area around there. we had a sig alert from 280 in san francisco over to 380. that has cleared. we give it a thumbs up because we like the map this morning. >>> breaking news. this happened overnight, a violent shooting spree in texas kills four people and leaves four others including at least two children hurt this morning. police say the same man now behind bars responsible for the two shootings, one in dallas and one just seven m
Aug 15, 2013 4:30am PDT
-cannon. lots to get to this morning. let's check the forecast with meteorologist christina loren. >> good morning, laura and jon, good morning to you at home. temperatures are down right balmy to kickoff your thursday. 64 in san jose, that goes for livermore as well. because we're starting out so mild, temperatures are going to be just about as warm as we head through the afternoon even though we have more low cloud cover to start the day. we're so close to tweak end, i'll show you the numbers coming up. first let's check with mike inouye. >> kind of boring which is what you want from your drive. we're looking at this shot. i have turned the camera. no flashing lights. you see the barricade across the roadw roadway. it's well marked. you see the car going nearby. that's the warren off-ramp. the mission boulevard cutover still closed. there's construction in the area and the corridor between. use auto mall parkway. there are signs lit up and posted through area. the rest of the south bay looks really nice, guys no. major problems. >>> let's get right to the breaking news out of the east ba
Aug 28, 2013 4:30am PDT
christina loren on wednesday, august 28th. this is "today in the bay." >> good morning to you. 4:30. i'm marla tellez, in for jon kelley. >> i'm laura garcia-cannon. let's check the forecast with metrologist christina loren. >> good morning. welcome back, marla. temperatures this morning are pretty mild out there. you might not need a coat in places like san jose or sweater, for that matter. after in gilroy. 57 in wine country, santa rosa. today's going to be cooler but toasty inland. first, let's check on your drive with mike inouye. >> bay bridge toll plaza, a lot of focus on that for the next five days. we don't have a lot of slowing. i did see a set of flashing lights through the area. no reports on the incline. the entire approach, the maze moves smoothly. 880, slowing both directions between 980 and 5th. road crews were there overnight. we see slowing over the next few minutes but so far no big deal. construction going on as you approach the toll plaza. no problem from the san rafael bridge. that's an option over the weekend. >>> 4:32. no ground gained on the massive wildfire bur
Aug 25, 2013 10:00pm PDT
to not answer it and something told me to pick up the phone. >> christina's mother was on the phone. >> you could just hear the sirens and she just kept saying, you have to come here. they broke into the house and he's dead. they killed him. >> he was joseph more wry see who had been married to christina's mother kay for four years. their home was now a crime scene. >> there was so much chaos going on. the roads were blocked off and the sirens and you could spell the smoke and i just remember running down the street and the police officers were trying to stop me and i just kept going and she was just standing there in the middle of the street and she just looked so small and so hurt. and i just ran up and gave her a big hug and she was covered in blood and she just kept saying, he's dead. he's gone. she said, why would they do that? he's gone. >> when i arrived at this house, it was about 1:30 in the morning. >> detective brian kendell quickly learned the key facts. joe morrisey had been brutally stabbed in his home while his wife kay and young son escaped. the detectives spoke briefly with
Aug 28, 2013 5:00am PDT
skies in nevada, causing health problems for people there. christina loren has new details on the air quality around lake tahoe and reno. good morning. >> let me step out of the way here as a picture does tell a thousand words in this case. you can see that robust smoke plume. let me give you an idea where the bay area stands versus nevada. according to the daily tribune, smoke envoled lake tahoe, the surrounding area into reno, causing air quality to decline. our concern is a lot of people like to hit lake tahoe for labor day weekend, one last summer hurrah. it's not the same experience that you would normally expect this time of year with all of the smoke moving in. we are urging people to rethink those plans. now coming up, i'm going to show you, we might get more showers. showers over the fire yesterday, very light. today a better chance for seeing shower activity heavy at times over the rim fire. that's coming up. a close look at your local forecast. it's that time when people are making plans and it's not the best year to visit lake tahoe. back to you. >> now to another fire tha
Aug 20, 2013 5:00am PDT
'll show you who has the best chance to see those thunderstorms. >>> christina is talking thunder. i'm talking a major crash right here. north 880 all lanes closed. traffic is eking by. this major crash is causing major problems. also very quick work going on. we'll follow the progress through san jose right now for the 880 freeway. >>> in the meantime, for the north, this is the bay bridge toll plaza, definitely metering lights not on just yet. we have your day's news, this tuesday, august 20th. this is "today in the bay." >>> good morning. glad to have you. i'm jon kelley. >> i'm laura garcia-cannon. the night skylighting up over the bay area with hundreds of lightning strikes all over the bay area. did you miss it? check out the video we shot late last night. >> wow. lots of electricity there. because of the dry conditions, fire departments all over the bay area have extra duty on staff working extra hard. a red flag warning is in effect. this fire here, a fire that happened in orinda was put out quickly yesterday because of the extra staff that was on hand. >>> our extra staff, w
Aug 23, 2013 5:00am PDT
over the south bay. clear skies. nice temperatures according to christina. getting ready to enjoy another beautiful friday. friday, august 23rd. this is "today in the bay." >>> it is 5:01. happy friday. thanks for joining us, i'm jon kelley. >> i'm marla tellez in for laura garcia-cannon. people in santa clara are on edge following the city's third violent attack on a woman in less than a month. two of the attacks happened close to santa clara university. "today in the bay's" bob redell is live at police headquarters. bob, police just released the sketch of the man they're looking for. >> good morning, marla, yes. they're still looking for the man who sexually assaulted a woman early wednesday morning. they released what you're about to see is a detailed sketch of the suspect. he attacked a woman just on the edge of santa clara university campus. it happened just after midnight wednesday as she was walking on franklin near sherman street. >> she was approached, knocked to the ground and sexually assaulted. she was able to fight off her attacker and he fled. >> reporter: as you men
Aug 24, 2013 10:00am PDT
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Aug 12, 2013 6:00am PDT
information as soon as we get it. >>> 6:07 right now. christina loren joining us again. once again to check things out outside. a good looking monday but going to get hot out there. >>> i was checking out the winds in the vacaville area. that's a wind-prone area. hopefully more information for that very quickly. going to start with this live picture. we also have the fog factor to deal with this morning in san francisco forcing flight delays at this point at one hour. the cool west early air is starting to pump in concord, between 11 and 15 miles per hour sustained, gusting to about 35. low clouds and drizzle likely keeping the delays in place for the next three to four hours. we'll keep you updated. the good news for business travellers. no other flight delays anywhere across the nation. we'll let you know when that changes as well. 56 in livermore, 59 to start the day in beautiful san jose, 61 in sunnyvale. "today in the bay," plenty of low clouds at the coast, up to 57 degrees by about noon in san francisco. you'll probably need your jacket until then. but we'll round out the day at 64 w
Aug 19, 2013 6:00am PDT
,"e&Ñ meteorologist christina loren. >> not just hot and dry. we also have thunderstorms and potential for dry lightning. want to show you what's happening to the south, pretty severe thunderstorms developing here and we could see some of that here up in the north bay mountains, east bay hills. that will also go through the south bay mountains. i think the north bay is where i'm bullseying the best chance for that. 69 degrees to kickoff the day in livermore. temperatures are nice and balmy out there. you might need a jacket in gilroy, but elsewhere, probably not. 65 in sunnyvale, 62 in san mateo. and even in san francisco you're starting the day at 60 degrees. so fremont, this is what you can expect today. 74 degrees at 9:00 a.m. typically your highs end up in the 70s. much warmer than average. remember to slow those speeds pour the school zone. 96 on the way to livermore, 76 in san francisco. 86 degrees in san jose. >> coming up in my next report, i'll tell you who has the best chance for thunderstorms today. we'll talk about your seven-day outlook. we'll see sticky conditions continue for th
Aug 17, 2013 7:00am EDT
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Aug 1, 2013 4:30am PDT
christina loren. >> good morning, laura and jon. good morning to you at home. starting with your current temperatures right now, we are back in the 40s in some of your outlying cities like santa rosa this morning and gilroy as well. that means you'll probably need a jacket. we have mostly clear conditions and our air quality, yes, renewal in that department overnight. much better there. we'll talk about your full forecast, where we're headed for today in just a few moments. we want to say hello first to mike inouye. >> we want to take you first toward mission boulevard. this 1880 at mission boulevard. you see us partially hidden behind the trees flashing lights. there are crews blocking the mission boulevard on-ramp and the on-ramp from 680 as they have construction going on. the b.a.r.t. project continues on warren as well. lots of spots with construction, but not a problem as far as the flow of traffic for 680 coming around the bend toward 101. we'll tell you about one south bay crash. no major injuries, but it looks like there may be a flatbed tomorrow truck on the side. not a big pro
Aug 16, 2013 4:30am PDT
in with meteorologist christina loren. >> good morning to you. thick fog out there. want to make sure everybody is aware of. it's one of the mornings where the fog will possibly slow you down. talking a half mile visibility in santa rosa. that crept up from a quarter of a mile. as you travel up and down the immediate khost line this morning, planning on taking the little ones to school, you want to keep that in mind. we continue through the morning hours, one of those mornings, mike, maybe an extra cup of joe for a friday. good morning to you. >> i think this shift you can always use an extra cup of joe: looking toward the eastshore freeway. you see the glowing lights. low clouds scattered throughout this area. my view of the bay bridge, inhibited by that. we see a smooth drive and the drive on the roadways themselves are moving very smoothly. this deck of clouds is just above the roadway many spots. we'll continue to follow that especially in the north bay. a half mile in santa rosa right now. here a slowing north 880, high street. road work on both directions. they may be moving the northbound side. i
Aug 19, 2013 1:30am PDT
. >> madam chairman, can i ask christina a question? i know that over the years when sodases and sugar-sweetened drinks were challenged by community groups and health officials, more people resorted to bottled water and then several years after, when the u.s. conference of mayors and corporate accountability international and some environmental and health groups really challenged the bottled water companies, it led to more restrictions, i think mayor newsome and your office was really successful in the bottled water bans in different places. but i know you just mentioned that there's a challenge or a contradiction that if we ban water bottles without providing more access to tap water, it might lead us back to people drinking the sugar sweetened drinks. and i'm just wondering if you have ideas how we as a city could increase access to tap water and challenge the fears people have of drinking tap water as well. >> well, i'm sure our colleagues at the puc have thoughts on that as well, but i do think making the bottled -- refilling stations for bottles more widely accessible. i love the
Aug 20, 2013 7:30am PDT
concerns, some of the concerns that christina alluded to in her presentation, people started calling 311 more. so, we had a 10% increase in water quality concerns and that again became another vehicle to talk to people about where their water came from to test to make sure the water was safe and assure them that, you know, in fact it was safe to drink. we also do tours of our water system. so, community residents and organization has an opportunity to go up to hetch hetchy to see the water system at work. supervisor cohen has been a big supporter of the youth internship program we do in the summer for around the sewer system. so, actually right now we have a number of young people from the bayview hunters point who participated this summer at hetch hetchy right now. so, it was a great end to their summer. and then our communications team [speaker not understood] regional event from, you know, sunday streets, chinese new year, pride, the [speaker not understood] where they're offering free drinking water to folks at that festival, wherever we can, and also handing out water bottles and le
Aug 12, 2013 4:30am PDT
drive as well as you're heading toward the bay bridge. sounds like that has cleared up. christina, we're talking about the start of the work weak. >> looking better now that you're back with us. no b.a.r.t. strike in case you different get that information over the weekend. temperatures this morning are really comfortable. 56 to start you off in concord, 57 in livermore. the big story in the weather department is our stretch of fantastic weather going to come to a screeching halt as we head through the end of the week into the weekend. we're talking about a heat wave, triple-digit plus, near record temps. i'll break it down for you, show the timeline for the changes. there's a meteor shower happening. we'll talk about better viewing for that guys. >>> 4:33. happening now, a sinkhole opened up overnight in the middle of a villa at a florida resort just miles from diz any world. summer bay resort, about ten miles west of disney world in clermont, florida caused it to collapse. another section of the building is also sinking. the building was evacuated after guests heard popping noises a
Aug 21, 2013 4:30am PDT
you into the forecast with meteorologist christina loren. how is -- how are the conditions for all of the firefighters. >> we have quite a bit of thunderstorm activity in the sierra nevada. yosemite area, we are already seeing lightning strikes. i zoom in for you, the tahoe area getting worst of it this morning. that's where the center of low pressure is. that cut-off low moved inland. we are going to see a stable atmosphere in the bay area. we have flash flood watches in place for tahoe. if you're headed that way, could be trefrp rusacherous now but a later on. temperatures are going to be mild. an on shore flow. that natural coolant is in the bay area. watch out for patchy fog on your way out the front door. a drive with mike inouye. >> good morning. other than patchy fog, you're okay aside from patchy road work as well. looking over here -- patching road work. 88 in the coliseum, easy light drive, northbound. taillights past high street. the map shows you that this will receive slowing approaching that area coming out of downtown. in fact the northbound sideshows slowing as well
Aug 19, 2013 1:00am PDT
here to present on it? okay, thank you. >> good morning, supervisors. my name is christina [speaker not understood], public health department. and [inaudible]. so, i want to thank you for hearing this item on water and water consumption. i think supervisor mar may join us any moment to give a little bit of context, but i will start with my presentation. so, i'm sharing with you our [speaker not understood], maybe we can call him [speaker not understood] sam that comes into the sutro valley every so often. i'm here to talk about the intersection between health and water consumption. here is supervisor mar. >> supervisor mar, welcome. we're just starting this item. i don't know if you want to set the context for the presentation, staff presentation. >> thank you. thanks to the department of public health for their great work on reducing obesity in our communities, promoting shape up s.f. and healthy life styles in our communities as well. i wanted to say that several months ago we called a hearing on our city's tap water outreach program and the expansion -- efforts to expand our outd
Aug 2, 2013 11:00pm PDT
the program off by introducing my colleague, christina palone, the new director for the mayor's office for neighborhoods. christina palone. (applause) >> good evening, everyone. i'm happy to be a part of such a great ebit that celebrates the contributions made by residents and organizations throughout the city to make san francisco one of the greatest places to live. the mayor's office of neighborhood services also known as mons focuses on neighborhood outreach and engagement. it is an honor to be here with community leaders who are dedicated to the same principles and are positively changing our communities. the effect that one person can have in a community is truly inspiring. and it's that inspiration that drives each one of us to go out there and be a part of something bigger. i congratulate every award winner here tonight and let's not forget that every person here has the power to make a difference. i want to especially thank daniel and his team for being such instrumental leaders here in city hall on behalf of all communities and neighborhoods in san francisco. with that said, w
Aug 29, 2013 10:00pm PDT
a long-time family friend, named jim dimaggio, kill hannah anderson's mother christina and brother ethan. what led dimaggio, as authorities believe, to leave behind timers that would set his california desert cabin ablaze with the two murder victims inside? and a question just as mysterious, and far more delicate for members of hannah anderson's own family, why did dimaggio allow hannah to survive? and in fact, kidnap her on a 1,000 mile journey to idaho? >> there's some thinking along that line that maybe this man was terribly infatuated or more with hannah. and it looks like it was very premeditated in my view. >> reporter: in fact, there is more evidence dimaggio may have been infatuated with a 16-year-old girl, who grew up calling him uncle jim. hannah anderson's friend, marisa chavez, recalled a car ride with uncle jim and an awkward admission. >> he said don't think i'm weird or creepy uncle jim, he just said if i were your age, i would date you. >> i consider myself a survivor instead. >> her brief comments on the "today" show confirm what little police have said. hannah anderson
Aug 12, 2013 5:00am PDT
. meteorologist christina loren is back, and we've been enjoying cool temperatures. she says it's time to crank up that heat. >> yeah and that ac as well. good monday morning to you. mondays can be hard. thanks for waking up with us. 57 degrees in livermore, 59 in san jose, a nice day today and we crank that heat. temperatures will return to summertime averages as of today. that means three to five degrees warmer than where we hit yesterday only to warm up even more so as we progress throughout the new week. temperatures are coupled with a little windchill factor. southwest, 22 miles per hour sustained. you want to travel cautiously as you head through antioch. the wind will continue to build. the wind will be the strongest at the immediate coast. that means you can open up the windows in your home, give that ac a break maybe for one more day in places like san jose, santa teresa. you might need it in livermore at 86. 83 on the way to gilroy. when does the near triple-digit heat come into the forecast? i'll show you in your seven-day forecast in minutes. >>> first let's check the drive. he's back
Aug 15, 2013 6:00am PDT
to school. >> parents are probably cheering. let's check in with meteorologist christina loren. >> you get to show off the new duds, new shoes. 64 in livermore, 62 in oakland and 63 to kickoff a thursday in san francisco. here is what we're looking at. if you're headed back to school in morgan hill or you have kids that are, maybe packing lunches. 9:00 a.m., talking 60 degrees out there. temperatures will be warm in the heat of the day. make sure the little ones are ready for that, 88 degrees for thursday in morgan hill. today in the bay works like this. 82 bay side and at the coast 70 degrees. upper 90s headed our way, an a's game today. let's check the drive with mike inouye. >> looking over toward the san mateo bridge, you see haze and low clouds. visibility is okay for drivers right now. we're watching as conditions continue to change as christina is talking about. a smooth drive on the peninsula right now. show you the east bay approach towards the san mateo bridge. slow south 880 coming out: as you head south out of oakland and toward davis, we have reports of a car fire. a car fully
Aug 16, 2013 6:00am PDT
the details. >> words of wisdom from mike inouye. from the south bay, a live look where christina loren is telling us we will all be heat mizers. take along some cool water on this friday, august 16. this is "today in the bay." >>> good morning to you. thanks for joining us. i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> i'm jon kelley. a wild scene to tell you about. a man recovering this morning suffering serious injuries after jumping off a freeway overpass trying to run away from police. that man jumped from a railing above the 280/680 interchange in east san jose. "today in the bay's" marla tellez joins us from that scene. >> reporter: good morning to you. we are standing on the on-ramp to 280 that only reopened within the last couple hours. this is because san jose police had a lot of cleaning up today. they had to clean up the mess left behind after this man jumped from way above here. we're going to give you a live look at this. this is the connector to 101 at the 280-680 interchange. the man jumped and landed below on this northbound on-ramp. the sand that you are seeing below here, it's pretty g
Aug 22, 2013 5:00am PDT
'm meteorologist christina loren. our fire danger has decreased substantially overnight. we're not going to see that humidity. dry pattern returns. that means the bay area will feel like the bay area today. i've got the weekend forecast. you're so close. that's coming up. >>> changing conditions for two freeways coming off the maze, plus a new crash as you head through the tri-valley coming up. >>> ript now, mike, a live look at the bay bridge, actually clear out there today. i'll take the liberty of calling this feel-good thursday because it's friday eve. it's thursday, august 22nd. this is "today in the bay." >>> from nbc bay area, this is "today in the bay." >>> just about 5:01. good morning everybody. always happy to have you along for the ride. thanks for joining us, i'm jerry sandusky . >>> firefighters say there's been minimal property damage from the massive wildfire burning out of control. the fight is far from over with the rim fire still just 5% contained. "today in the bay's" christie smith is live in redwood city where a number of local cruise have headed out to fight the fire. goo
Aug 22, 2013 6:00am PDT
jose before the sun comes up. christina says no humidity, great tours. getting close to the weekend. all around a beautiful thing on this thursday, august 22nd. this is "today in the bay." >>> good morning. it's 6:01. i'm marla tellez in for laura garcia-cannon. >> i'm jon kelley. happening right now, a wildfire on the outskirts of yosemite still burning out of control this morning with about '202500 buildings now threatened by those flames. we the tell you the fire has grown to 25 square miles and has now forced the state to shut down route 120 going into the park. this morning lower bay area firefighters are being called in to help battle these flames. "today in the bay's" christie smith is live in san mateo county which has already sent crews down to help fight the wildfire. christie, this is just one bay area agency sending firefighters out to help out at yosemite. >> reporter: good morning to you, jon. i wish i had better news for you. but the rim fire has jumped a containment line and seems to be growing in nearly every direction. as you said, bay area firefighters are helping
Aug 26, 2013 6:00am PDT
on the bay bridge on the upper deck. it's still busy. mike is all over it. christina has a nice day ahead on monday, august 26. this is "today in the bay." >>> it is 6:01. good morning, thanks for joining us. i'm jon kelley. >> i'm laura garcia-cannon. can united nations say snipers targeted a convoy of a chemicals weapons inspection team in syria. we have new video overnight showing the team leaving from their hotel in damascus. we're told they were all wearing body armor. they left in seven suvs and planned to visit a site in the suburbs of damascus where an alleged chemical weapons attack happened last week. the u.n. says the team was deliberately shot at. so far the snipers have not been identified. this morning syrian president bashar assad deny his troops used chemical weapons. the united states says there's little doubt that assad's regime is responsible for the attack. >>> happening right now, just an out-of-control wildfire gaining ground in yosemite creeping ever so close to buildings, prompting evacuations and threatening san francisco's power grid and water supply. this mornin
Aug 20, 2013 4:30am PDT
the bay. christina has a look at your weather. >>> very good tuesday morning to one and all. it is now almost 4:31. i'm jon kelley. >> i'm laura garcia-cannon. lightning strikes leaving firefighters on high alert this morning. these images taken in san jose overnight. >> christina loren tracking it all for us. how is it looking out there? >> we still have showers on the radar this morning. the real action is expected later this afternoon. as we head throughout the day today, it's going to be very similar to what we saw yesterday. we accumulate the daytime heating and that's what really starts to fuel those thunderstorms. we'll show you the best places where we're thinking we could see dry lightning strikes today. i have to tell you right off the bat, we have more of a threat of the thunderstorms today even than we did overnight. there are thousands of lightning strikes just offshore. we'll take a closer look at this coming up. first mike has a traffic alert to kickoff your tuesday. >>> a sig alert declared by chp, showing a live shot at 101/280. a light drive here. the volume is light
Aug 26, 2013 4:30am PDT
firefighters, let's turn it over to meteorologist christina loren. good morning. >> good morning to you. the wildfire now the size of chicago. it is just a massive, massive undertaking for all the firefighters including some of our local boys up there. what i can tell you is last week when we met on friday, we were talking about the winds coming out of the west. that's a nice onshore flows. the winds have reversed over the course of the weekend making it more difficult. these are dry southeast winds that pump from land to sea. that's going to be another factor they're going to have to overcome as we head throughout the day today. coming up, i'm going to show you a nasa image of the smoke plume where all the smoke is headed. i can tell you in tahoe over the weekend, they were reporting heavy smoke and it is very large when you take a look at it from space. i'll show you that coming up and give you a look at the local forecast as well. back to you guys. >> multiple levels of concern for local resources as well as the people involved. my goodness. looking toward san jose, this is a shot of
Aug 27, 2013 4:30am PDT
at the forecast with meteorologist christina loren. >> good morning, laura and jon. of course, good morning to you at home. thanks for joining us on a tuesday. temperatures this morning are really comfortable out there. we'll have a hot day. today looks to be the warmest of the next five to six. 59 degrees to kickoff a tuesday in livermore. 60 in oakland. you're starting the day at 58 degrees right here in san jose. plenty of kids headed back to school. let's check your drive with mike inouye. >> good morning. looking over here toward oakland, 880, just as the kufr hits and you move over up past the sign, the off-ramp sign. you'll notice as we take this to full screen, the flashing lights moving you this morning over one lane to the left. still have the construction zone and lose a lane. we do look at the maps. even though at high street the live shot is not a problem. this is the wrong map but we'll talk ab it anyway. there's construction between that spot and oakland and into downtown. i'll have to reset this. this is left over from one of the bay bridge projects we're working on. >> it's early.
Aug 29, 2013 4:30am PDT
house this morning. meteorologist christina loren, am i crazy or am i right on sm. >> you are right on as per usual, marla. good morning to you and laura. good thursday morning or friday eve as we like to call it around here, especially when you consider three-day weekend right around the corner. not for mike inouye. he is going to be a busy man tracking that bay bridge closure. 63 degrees to kickoff the day in livermore. 64 in san jose and even up in wine country we have the 60s all across the board. surn any vale just four degrees away from 70 to start the day. it's going to be another warm summer afternoon, one of our final summer afternoons. the countdown to fall is on. we're at about 20 days counting to the kickoff of fall. enjoy 79 degrees at lunchtime. in livermore 74 degrees at noon in fremont, 76 in san jose. rounding out the day in the low 80s at the south end of the bay, 88 degrees for gilroy, 83 for santa teresa. meanwhile 90s on the map for livermore and fairfield. what a beautiful day in the city by the bay. 69 degrees in santa. tahoe getting a lot of smoke for the rim
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